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  1. Sizing up the 2013 baseball collectibles

    Playbook Trending

    The Cardboard Connection's Rob Bertrand joins ESPN's Michele Steele to break down the top 2013 MLB rookies, veterans and products for collectors....

    Blog | April 01, 2013
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  3. The coolest baseball cards of the year

    Paul Lukas

    Everyone loves baseball cards, whether they're made by Topps, Donruss or Fleer. But what if I told you that the coolest baseball cards of the past year weren't made by any of those companies, but were instead produced by a 30-year-old European woman ...

    Blog | July 12, 2012
  4. THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN! F*@k Face Card Wins!

    Sarah Larimer

    Congrats to this dude, who just won Grantland's costume contest. Send me your info, guy. I have a snack-size bag of cookies for you. Let's do this again next year, OK? Related: Honorable Mentions and Top Entries Follow Grantland on Twitt...

    Blog | November 03, 2011
  5. Perfect Michael Jordan rookie card sells for $100K

    Chris Olds

    A professionally graded perfect copy of Michael Jordan's 1986-87 Fleer rookie card sold for six-figures recently in a sale brokered by a California auction house. The card, which was graded a Pristine 10 by Beckett Grading Services, fetched $100,000...

    Blog | Conversation | June 15, 2011
  6. The Heat stats glossary

    Tom Haberstroh

    Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE/Getty Images You have to consider the Heat's slow pace when sizing up the offense. Advanced stats can help. Advanced statistics are daunting. I grew up memorizing the stats on the back of 1992-93 Fleer Ultra basketball ca...

    Blog | February 15, 2011
  7. Upper Deck to use Fleer's name, toy car business

    The Upper Deck card company has won an auction to take over rival Fleer's name and its toy car business.

    Story | Conversation | July 15, 2005
  8. Then & Now: Gary Sheffield

    My how you've grown since your rookie season.

    Story | Conversation | March 01, 2004